Adult Mental Health Services

Adult Mental Health Targeted Case Management (AMH-TCM) services help adults with serious and persistent mental illness (SPMI) gain access to medical, social, educational, vocational and other necessary services connected to the person’s mental health needs. AMH-TCM services include developing a functional assessment (FA) and individual community support plan (ICSP), referring and linking the person to mental health and other services, ensuring coordination of services, and monitoring the delivery of services.

Eligible recipients must meet one of the following:

  1. Is a person with a serious and persistent mental illness (SPMI), and is determined eligible by the county mental health or tribal authority.
  2. Is determined by a county or tribe to appear to be eligible for case management but due to the person’s initial refusal to participate in the diagnostic assessment process, the eligibility determination can’t be completed. In these circumstances, eligibility is limited to four months from the day the person first received case management services.
  3. Is an adolescent who has received children’s MH-TCM services within 90 days of turning 18 years old, and upon turning 18 seeks adult MH-TCM services. Transition aged youth maintain eligibility for AMH – TCM for up to 36 months and based upon the most recent diagnostic assessment when the youth transitioned to adulthood.